Jobs did have some great innovative ideas that enabled Apple to come up with something creative. But it was Tim Cook who initiated it all, and helped market the products. Without the initial marketing, Apple would still lie dormant as any other concept devices.
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Just curious, how can you make this claim?
I mean it was the creative genius of Steve Jobs to develop and envision the product to begin with.
The Marketing aspect just helped. So, no. Steve Jobs was the greater of the two.
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Well, no doubt Jobs was great.
But now, its Tim Cook who has to manage the already establish silicon empire.
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